The Gantt Chart provides a high-level calendar view of one or more Work Order Projects. Allows planners to identify and resolve resource, tooling and scheduling conflicts and process dependencies across multiple projects. The Gantt Chart is built from information provided in the Project Work Order.
To get started, you'll need to select one or more Work Order Projects from the filter. On the left, you'll see the projects along with +/- buttons to expand and collapse Child Work Orders, Scheduled Machines and Resources. The body of the Gantt Chart displays the timeline for the entirety of the project as well as individual Child Work Orders, along with machines and resources needed to complete those tasks.
If you expand the Child Work Orders; the green bars in the body of the Gantt Chart resemble the Child Work Orders across a timeframe of the scheduled to due dates selected in the work order. Any orange arrows are dependencies that you can set within the Work Orders.
Expanding the Scheduled Machines under the Child Work Orders will display orange bars in the body of the Gantt Chart. Scheduled Machines are the equipment or tooling that will be used to complete the work orders.
Finally, expanding the Resources will display all resources assigned or needed to complete the Child Work Orders.
Note: Only 25 Work Order Projects display at a time.